• Dila Novita
  • Rika Tasya
Keywords: Collaborative Governance, Corruption, Sustainable Development Goals


Corruption in Indonesia has become a very dangerous social pathology and can threaten all aspects of social, national and state life. Due to the high rate of corruption within the scope of village government, the Corruption Eradication Commission together with the Ministry of Villages, Development of Disadvantaged Regions and Transmigration created the Anti-Corruption Village program as an effort to prevent corruption at the village level. In addition, the concept of sustainable development known as the Sustainable Development Goals is also developing and demands a fast response from all countries to make it happen, one of the goals of which is to reduce corruption and bribery in all its forms. The purpose of this study is to analyze collaborative governance in the implementation of the Anti-Corruption Village program and to analyze the achievements of the Sustainable Development Goals 16 target 5. This research method uses qualitative, case study research design, observation data acquisition techniques, in-depth interviews and documentation. The results of the study stated that collaborative governance was carried out in every stage of the implementation of the Anti- Corruption Village program, including the stages of observation, technical guidance, assessment and launching of the Anti-Corruption Village pilot. The collaboration was carried out by the KPK, the Ministry of Village PDTT, the Ministry of Home Affairs and the Ministry of Finance because these agencies are in charge of village governance, village development and management of the village fund budget, with roles in their respective fields, this collaboration is one of the strategies in efforts to deal with corruption at the regional level. Cibiru Wetan village. Cibiru Wetan Village has achieved SDGs point 16 target 5 with an overall score of 85.14, this achievement can also be seen through the Anti-Corruption Village award given to Cibiru Wetan Village in 2022 because it has fulfilled five indicators including strengthening governance, supervision, quality of service public participation, community participation and local wisdom, with an overall score of 96.16. This achievement is also inseparable from the community's involvement in village development so that with the existence of a community satisfaction surveyit can continue to improve the governance of the village of Cibiru Wetan.

Author Biographies

Dila Novita

Ilmu Administrasi Negara, Fakultas Ilmu Sosial Ilmu politik, Universitas Islam 45 Bekasi

Rika Tasya

Ilmu Administrasi Negara, Fakultas Ilmu Sosial Ilmu politik, Universitas Islam 45 Bekasi